EU RESEARCH PROJECT TO DEVELOP PLASMA PROCESSING OF TEXTILES

BY KEITH NUTHALL

EUROPEAN Union (EU) research network Eureka has launched an innovative research project developing the plasma (ionised heated gas) treatment of textiles, which can improve their adhesive properties, amongst other benefits. The Czech Republic's Spolsin Spol and Sintex, are planning to work with Poland's University Of Bilsko-Biala; and Wroclaw University Of Technology; along with the Slovak University Of Technology, in a Euro 1.14 million project lasting three years. The Czechs are looking for additional partners. A project paper ...


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